September 5—Another 10 GOtv Uganda subscribers recently walked away with UGX 200,000 each in the kwata Kavu promotional campaign being run by the pay-tv company across the country. GOtv is a brand of MultiChoice, the South African-based multinational.
Donny Simela, who was representing Mary Kaiza, was the luckiest winner after entering the cash machine and winning an additional UGX 775,000. The campaign ends on October 19, 2017.
“It is exciting, it is about our customer and we are proud of the temperature the campaign has taken. We still have lots of cash to give our esteemed customers, it’s just a question of them taking up this offer and participating actively. We urge all those who are yet to win to participate and join our GOtv winning family,” Mandela Luyimbazi, the GOtv Sales Team leader said at the handover ceremony.
Other winners included Macklin Asiimwe from Kampala, Abdul Shabair from Mukono, Alex Wamundu from Kampala, Paphra Barengae from Kampala, Jonathan Ikol from Wakiso, Mary Kaiza from Kampala, Omodo Omodo from Lira, Tonny Ojok from Kampala and Oscar Wakisa from Kampala.
GOtv subscribers stand a chance to win themselves weekly cash prizes totalling UGX10 million. Maldinho, the GOtv model continues to storm different towns throughout the country sensitizing people about the campaign through his football trickery.
Customers and revelers who actively participate in his challenges can win themselves T-shirts, keyrings, balls and string bags depending on how well they juggle. However, to qualify for the cash prizes, subscribers are required to either buy a GOtv kit at UGX 87,500 or renew their GOtv Value (UGX 16,000 per month) or GOtv Plus (UGX 26,000 per month) subscriptions or upgrade to GOtv Plus or GOtv Value.
After sending their IUC number to 6488 customers, will then automatically be entered into a draw to win the various prizes. Through a live weekly television show, 10 customers will win themselves UGX 200,000 and one of winner out of the 10 will return to win up to UGX 5 million in the cash machine.